Investing for life
At Scottish Friendly we believe saving and investing is for everyone. That's why we're here to help you navigate the monetary maze.
Who are you investing for?
Not sure where to start?
We offer a range of tax-efficient products - from Investment ISAs and Juniors ISAs to Investment Bonds. We also offer life insurance through a selection of partners.
What we offer
Not sure what's right for you?
With Scottish Friendly you benefit from over 150 years of experience. Today we continue to work hard to maintain the standards that have served our members well over the years - good value products and quality service.
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We’re proud to be one of the largest mutual life offices in the UK - and one that's been around for over 150 years.
We're Scottish Friendly
Find our latest press releases below.
Nearly half (47%) of grandparents investing for their grandkids increased contributions over the past year as pandemic helped to boost children’s savings
Sales of new stocks and shares ISA policies increase to pre-pandemic levels as the number of policies opened in April 2021 jumps 39% year-on-year
1 in 3 parents using low or 0% interest current accounts to save for their children’s future
Scottish Friendly’s annual sales rise 11% year-on-year to £42 million while revenue from branded investment ISAs hits new record high
Nearly two in five Brits plan to save a higher share of their income after the pandemic as attention shifts away from cash accounts
Household saving and spending in the age of coronavirus
Scottish Friendly statement - Jim Galbraith
Brits set to splash the cash as the release of lockdown savings could lead to an extra £50bn of consumer spending
The Scottish Friendly Children’s ‘Virtual’ Book Tour ‘unlocks’ support for children during lockdown
Scottish Friendly comments on Rishi Sunak’s 2021 Budget
Brits set to save £164bn this year as coronavirus changes the nation’s savings habits
Stocks and shares investment in Scotland slumps by -14% in the final quarter of 2020
Stocks and shares investment falls marginally in Q4 2020 as demand levels off, but investors come rushing back in January amid retail investor surge